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| I want you to think about your daily journey to work. Take a minute, visualize it – and then answer me this: How many glass surfaces did you see? Too many to remember?
| Limiting global warming require “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, and cities.
| Bent and tempered glass has long been of great interest to the market. The process of creating high-quality tempered bent glass has evolved over the years.
| Do you still spend precious time doing the meticulous task of manually counting glass cullets for a glass fragmentation test? Or maybe your modern counting tool is not exactly the gold standard? If so, we have some good news for you!
| Irregularities in the glass, which are visible under certain lighting conditions and interfere with the overall impression of a pane – anisotropies – occur when glass is tempered.
| The latest Glastory blog is dealing with the newest trends coming to the bus glass market - how the cut-outs, digital and screen printing, larger surfaces and thinner glass to reduce weight and fuel consumption is challenging the glass processing.
| The latest Glastory post is dealing with the trends in automotive display glass processing.
| In this blog post, we look at trends in the sunroof and windshield business today and how glass processors can prepare for them.
| A clean, safe and sustainable source of energy, solar continues to power the world at a faster pace than ever before.
| Anisotropy is the term used in the façade industry to describe the manifestation of patterns and colourful areas in heat-treated glass under certain light and viewing conditions.
| Latest Glastory blog by Jukka Immonen is dealing with the 5 promises of convection technology in windshield bending.
| This paper gives an overview of experimental research performed on glazing subjected to fire loading.
| The load-bearing capacity of glass as a structural material as well as sustainability and resistance of a built-in glass against appearing loads and forces is assuming an ever-greater importance.
| The structural glass for this globe structure is created with laminated double curved glass panels patch supported by a steel structure.
| Thin glass offers a promising prospect for lightweight façades with reduced use of raw materials, also opening up entirely new perspectives for architectural expression.
| Some practical tips on how you can well maintain your laminating line and extend its longevity.
| Glaston is working hard to make tempering furnaces more automated.
| That’s an excellent question! It really is true that SentryGlass is more difficult to laminate in many aspects than standard PVB. But if we first think of what SentryGlass has been designed for, it is to give structural strength to the laminate.
| It is a very known behavior that the glass fragmentation depends on where you break the glass.
| Thin glass is the product of choice for electronic device displays. This glass is commonly expensive aluminosilicate glass whose properties are significantly enhanced when subjected to chemical tempering.